… Humanity is centralized. A system made by humans and for humans only. Others have no proviso or they’ve prohibited for entrance. Religion is centralized. Religious beliefs can only take care of none others but its believers. Both are Homocentric rather than Unicentric. A very cheap centralization of human minds; is inept to relate itself to the Universal-Self as a whole… Both humanity and religion are identical to the well-said prattler. He now stands on the edge before taking a leap into the void… The human world has needed a strong association between humans and all other living beings. A man should utilize his inherent integration when he involved in worldly affairs. Integration is more beneficial here instead of poppycock humanity and religion. If he wanted to be the ancillary part of universal creation he should wipe out the fear that humanity or religion saddled in his shoulder in excuse of false hope and salvation… Continue reading When ‘Fear’ is Contagious ⇒ Kirno Sohochari
… Only the geek knows cloggy hot days will back
just after the banishment of dried burflowers.
I hug my woman’s chin to remembering this.
Replacement of things is eternal… Cloggy sweat will appear again in my woman’s thin chin
The pigtailed burflower will dry by oozing its last raindrop.
Beauty is just for a funeral… Continue reading Wintry moments ⇒ Kirno Sohochari
My attic is my mirror to see the daily events of life. The little mirror is my only world to see the bandaged sky and thorny lane at the same time and fashion. It displayed the neighbor who stabbed bit before the moment, who raped a little moment earlier, who threatened by the gangsters a minute ago, and terrorist killed him in broad daylight when I was busy to catch numerous modes of Rodin’s “Thinker”, settled me in the cozy armchair./ The bronzed man led me to the thought-provoking synthesis of the incidents, which was happening in the lane at that time. Synthesizing the incident in mind is more exciting rather facing it. The attic is the safest place for him to take different modes of thoughts like Rodin’s bronzed artwork… Continue reading Lonely Attic ⇒ Kirno Sohochari
We were not different to the savage. Our life is not comfortable compared to the sylvan, nor do we live happiest and coziest life than a woodlander. Nature is not heaven and our self-declared heaven is same too. This realization is realistic, though we evenly tried to ignore it by showing our enlightened progress even more. Affluence or poverty is the impact of this pretentious consideration. No system can change the system if we failed to change our perception about life, social class, property utilization and distribution, labor division and a lot other self-made hegemonic wording./ … We need some deep poetic views, needed to look in deep as a philosopher does, and indeed spread our canvas to the grand landscape of natural life to define our position in there. We needed this to realize the rootless journey and backing it again to the root so we can live a balanced life, before closing the chapter of this planetary life. Sometimes a poet or an artist guided us better in such type of ensemble. SM Sultan, the resident of penury-affected Bangladesh was maybe one of the rare. He ignored the system which makes a man (and be the nation) indebted to carry the false perception of humanity, enlightenment and so on. Continue reading O Penury and the surplus affluence (Final Part) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari
Surplus wealth is not beauty if it is abortive to reach every human creature. Competency for being wealthy looks ugly if it creates redundancy, where Peter gets little (or nothing) and Paul gets extravagant compare his need. Human civilization now overflowed by surpluses. Yes overflowed and loaded by surplus knowledge, surplus technology, surplus life expectancy for surplus consumption of nature and everything existed in the planet. That mean human discovers and utilizes nature with more efficiency but forget to learn from nature. They utilize their competency to create surplus wealth but forget to create the equilibrium between all surpluses… Continue reading O Penury and the Surplus Affluence (First Part) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari